Engineer That, Girl! - Missoula (Grades K-8)
Engineer That, Girl! brings local organizations together for an expo providing fun and educational STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, & Math) activities for girls, their families, and friends. The event will empower kids to continuously seek challenges and encourage inquisitive exploration of the world around them.
Thanks to our amazing volunteers and partnerships, with every expo booth, kids will conduct experiments, learn about new careers, and discover how they can unlock knowledge through scientific inquiry. Our partners include:
- Avian Science Center
- Eli & Associates
- Missoula Parks & Recreation
- MMW Architects
- WWC Engineering
- Teller Wildlife Refuge
- Montana Natural History Center
- Jackson Contracting Group, Inc.
- US Forest Service Fire Sciences Lab
- Montana Renewable Energy Association
- and MORE!
If you are not a Girl Scout member - that's not a problem! When on the registration page, simply add how many girl and adult spots you need, click the Log In button and you'll be asked to either log in or create an account. To register a sibling, just add an additional girl spot (even for non-girls) to your cart. When adding attendees, you will need to select "Bring a non_member" and then provide the non-member's name, contact info, and grade.
If you are registering Girl Scouts members in addition to non-members, you will have to make two separate transactions: One for your members and one for your non-members. Add all members to your cart and pay, then start the process over for your non-members. If you are registering members of your troop, do not add yourself or your children to your cart from your household list. Instead, add yourself and your member children from the drop-down list of troop members.
REGISTRATION EXTENDED! Registration is $5 per child and closes on May 8th at midnight. After May 8th, your registration fee is non-refundable. All children wishing to participate in activities must register. All children in grades five and lower must be accompanied by an adult.